LYT2644-002A 0513YHM-YH-OT Live Streaming Camera GV-LS2 / GV-LS1 Connection Guide This PDF will give you the steps in order to connect the Live Streaming Camera to your network and digital devices. Other information can be found in the Reference Manual.
Android and iOS devices (e.g. iPhone, iPad) can be connected to the camera directly without a Wi-Fi router. * Before connecting to the camera, install the JVC CAM Control app. (When connected to the camera, your devices will not be able to access the Internet.)
Connecting with Android devices 1. Tap on 'Settings' on the application 3. Tap on 'Wi-Fi settings'. menu screen. 4. Tap on 'Wi-Fi'. 2. Tap on 'Wireless & networks' .
5. Tap on 'DIRECT-**JVCCAM' (where ** The default password is 'password'. indicates alphanumeric characters). 7. Wait until connection is complete. The default name is 'DIRECT-**JVCCAM' (where ** indicates alphanumeric characters). Connection is complete when 6. Enter your password. 'Connected' appears on the display. Now you can launch the app.
Connecting Wirelessly via a Wi-Fi LAN Router Please check the packaging or user manual to confirm that your Wi-Fi router supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). If WPS is supported ⇒ Go to page 8 If WPS is not supported ⇒ Go to page 9 If connection fails ⇒...
If WPS is Supported 1. Switch the network mode to 'WLAN' . RESET DIRECT WLAN LAN(OFF) ETHERNET 2. Connect the AC adapter. RESET DIRECT WLAN LAN(OFF) ETHERNET 3. Activate WPS on the wireless LAN router. Refer to your wireless LAN router’s user manual for how to activate WPS. 4.
If WPS is Not Supported 1. Use the supplied LAN cable to connect your camera to the computer: (1) Connect the LAN cable to the camera. RESET DIRECT WLAN LAN(OFF) ETHERNET (2) Switch the network mode to 'LAN(OFF)' . RESET DIRECT WLAN LAN(OFF)
2. Change the network settings on your computer: Under Windows 7: * For changing settings on OS versions other than Windows 7, please refer to your computer’s user manual. (1) Click on the Windows Start Menu. (2) Click on [Control Panel] ⇒ Click on [View Network Status and Tasks] ...
(4) Click on [Properties]. (5) Double click [Internet Protocol Version 4] (6) Change the IP address and subnet mask as shown below: IP address: 192.168.1.101, Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 Important Once you finish setting up the device, write down the current computer settings before making any changes so you can revert to your original settings if necessary.
3. Register a Wi-Fi router from your camera’s Settings screen: (1) Open Internet Explorer and enter the following URL: http://192.168.1.100:8000/ (2) Enter the administrator username and password. The default username is 'root' , and the default password is 'password' . (3) Select [Wireless Network] in [Network].
(5) Select the Access Point you will connect to. (6) Enter your password. Please refer to your Wi-Fi router’s user manual for information on Access Point name and password. (Some routers may have stickers on them with the default settings.)
(7) Click on [Save]. RESET DIRECT WLAN LAN(OFF) ETHERNET 4. Reboot the camera: (1) Turn off the camera and remove the LAN cable. (2) Switch the network mode to 'WLAN' . RESET DIRECT WLAN LAN(OFF) ETHERNET (3) Turn the camera on. When the WPS button light stops blinking and remains lit, connection is complete.
If Connection Fails If connection fails, check the following: ● If you are unable to locate the router ⇒ Check your router name (SSID). Refer to the user manual or, in some cases, default settings may be printed on a sticker on the router itself. ⇒...
Set up the DDNS account on your camera ⇒ Go to page 20. Change the camera’s IP address setting to 'AUTO' . (This applies only when connecting with LAN cable) ⇒ Go to page 22. Register the URL in JVC CAM Control ⇒ Go to page 23.
Obtaining a DDNS Account (1) Open Internet Explorer and enter the following URL: https://dd3.jvckenwood.com/user/ (2) Click on [Member Registration]. (3) Read the User Agreement and click [Yes].
(4) Enter your email address (username), product serial number, and password, and click [Confirm]. For the product serial number, check the sticker attached to where the camera’s battery is located. (5) Click on [OK].
(6) After reading the email sent to your registered email address, click on the URL to confirm registration. Note You must access your account within 3 days of registration. Your account will be invalidated after 3 days without access. (7) Make a copy of the URL (WAN) for accessing your account.
The computer and camera should be connected to the same Wi-Fi router. • If you cannot find your camera’s IP address (if it is not displayed) even when using JVC CAM Control, refer to the Settings screen on your router.
(2) Click on [Monitoring Settings]. (3) Turn DDNS to ON. After entering your username and password, click [Save]. (4) After setting is complete, reboot the camera. Note If your DDNS is not accessed for one year after the completion of this registration, your account will be invalidated.
Changing the Camera’s IP Address Setting to Automatic (only necessary when connected to a wired LAN) This step is not necessary when the camera is wirelessly connected to a Wi-Fi LAN router because the IP address is set to Automatic by default.
Registering URL in JVC CAM Control The following is an example using JVC CAM Control for Android, but the same applies for iOS (iPad) and Windows. (1) Open JVC CAM Control. (2) Tap on Camera Registration. (3) Tap on Add Camera.
Distribution on Ustream Once JVC CAM Control is installed onto a computer running Windows, JVC CAM Driver is installed at the same time. Images from the camera can be streamed via Ustream using JVC CAM Driver and Ustream Producer (http://ustream.tv/producer/) together. Preparation •...
Changing the Streaming setting (1) Start [JVC CAM Control] on your computer. (2) Click on the camera that is displayed on the right. (3) Enter your username and password, then click [OK]. At the time of purchase, the default username is 'root'...
• When streaming HD video, select MPEG-2 TS(HD) + Motion JPEG. (You will need to have Ustream Producer Pro or Ustream Producer Studio, which are paid services). • Photos cannot be taken while the Stream setting MPEG-2 TS ~ . (6) Close JVC CAM Control.
・ If you select the number 1 on the left. your camera will be registered as 'JVC CAM Video 1' . ・ To register 2 or more cameras, select a number from 2 to 4, and then click the camera.
• When streaming HD video, select MPEG-2 TS(HD). (You will need to have Ustream Producer Pro or Ustream Producer Studio, which are paid services). (5) Close JVC CAM driver setup. Your camera is now registered as JVC CAM Video 1.
Adding Your Camera to Ustream Producer (1) Start [Ustream Producer] on your computer. (2) Enter your username and password, then click [Login]. • If you do not have a Ustream account, register an account from the [Sign up!] button. • If you will not be streaming immediately and would like to only set up the camera, then proceed by clicking on [Later].
(4) Select [Add JVC CAM Video 1 Shot]. (5) Click again and select [Add JVC CAM Audio 1 Shot]. • You can skip this step if you are not streaming the camera’s audio.
(6) Select the camera that has been added. (7) Click and select [JVC CAM Audio 1]. • You can skip this step if you are not streaming the camera’s audio.
(8) Click on [Start Streaming] to begin streaming. Note • These steps are applicable as of February 2013. Operation methods may differ depending on the version of Ustream Producer. ...